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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

I've said it before

And I will say it again and again--Pat Robertson does NOT represent me. This is an appalling story of sensationalism that makes me sick. He represents the whole Christian church when he speaks as a "Christian leader" whether we want him to or not and he makes a mockery of God and His people in my opinion. He has no right to say what he says as he is no prophet of God. May he be humbled as others have been for speaking out in such an imprudent manner.

 



Jeremiah 14:14
Then the LORD said to me, "The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. I have not sent them or appointed them or spoken to them. They are prophesying to you false visions, divinations, idolatries and the delusions of their own minds."

3 comments:

anewday said...

A "relatively good track record"?


Is he joking?


Scary.

Marie said...

It seems like when our brothers get up there in age they get a little iffy. Harold Camping comes to mind.


They need people that love them to gently ease them out of public life.


www.thingswesaid.blogspot.com

UndertheSky said...

I completely agree. Unfortunately, Camping included, it does not seem to happen. The church is not immune from power-hungry men. Greedy ones as well:


https://www.bennyhinn.org/external/pdf/dove_one_brochure.pdf


Oh, and lucky you! If you donate $1000 you can be the proud owner of a *model* of the airplane. Here is the link if you are interested:


https://www.bennyhinn.org/donate/donatenow.cfm?referrer=na_dove1


This link is especially disgusting to me since Benny Hinn is a false teacher and many are misguided by him. In 2003 his "ministry" took in 90 million dollars. It is hard to fathom and deeply sad to know that the majority of Christians in this country view him as a real and solid teacher.


Kate